DIFFA’s Dining by Design Celebrates 20 Years in NYC
For the 20th installment of Dining by Design, designers and manufacturers pulled out all the stops. DIFFA’s annual fundraiser, part of the Architectural Digest Design Show, showcased 30 elaborate table displays. The imaginative dining environments, on view from March 16-19, served as the backdrop for a closing gala dinner on Monday night.
As always, Interior Design contributed to the fundraiser with its own table, a punchy setup developed around the theme “All You Need Is Love.” At the very end of the hall at Pier 92 in NYC, the booth beckons visitors with giant graphic lettering that spells out “love.” Past Interior Design tables were designed by the late architect Ali Tayar, and this year’s edition serves as a testament to him.
See more table highlights from this year’s show:
Honored to participate in this year’s Dining by Design ?????????@diffanational with genius art e-commerce brand @twyla who together are raising awareness and granting funds to organizations that provide treatment, direct care services, preventive education programs and advocacy for individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS. #dbd20 #diffa #diningbydesign2017 –> see more designer spaces from the event in #stories
We’re happy to help get out the fight at this year’s @diffanational Dining by Design—an annual fundraiser that raises awareness and funds for those affected with HIV/AIDS. Our CNC cut Design Felt wallcovering makes a strong statement and we’re proud to have taken part along with the rest of the @knollinc brands and @genslernyc. #diningbydesign #dbd20 #doinggood
@rocheboboisksa and @gensler_nyc rocking their breath taking installation for @diffanational #DBD2017 . Photography by @nx_level_imagery . #nxlevelimagery #diffa #diffa2017 #dinebydesign #interiordesign #interiordesign #interiordesignphotography #interiordesignphotographer #gensler_nyc #gensler_design #dbd20
Over the next 3 days, we’ll be sharing our top three #trends from #DBD20. We loved seeing how designers brought the #outdoors in, like @rockwellgroup with @OvandoNY’s modern potting-shed filled with #cacti and vertical #gardens. @the.mine by ATGSTORES.com presented a delightfully #overgrown #Victorian #conservatory, while @toddbracher and the @humanscalehq Design Studio created a #healthy #minimalist greenhouse. #DBD20Trends ???? by Alan Berry